Post # 1
If you don’t use a pocketfold for your invitations, how do you keep everything organized and together? Ribbon? Or nothing?
I love how pocketfolds make the invitation suite so functional… BUT I can’t find one that I like online and I don’t think I’m up for making them myself. What are the other options?
Post # 3
Well, the old-fashioned way was just to have an inner envelope inside the outer envelope.
Post # 4
Inner envelope, outer envelope. I used a belly band that I cut from the same wrapping paper I used to make the envelope liners. And glued a wax seal on them.
Post # 5
We are doing jacket invitations (basically a pocket), something similar to this:
Or Mrs. Eggplant designed some invitations that were alternatives to pocketfolds that I also fell in love with:
Good luck and I hope this helps!
Post # 6
oooooh…. thanks for the link to Mrs. Eggplant’s invites. I LIKE that idea!!! hmmmm… wonder if I can play around with it to get it to work for our theme….
Post # 7
Thanks for all the suggestions! I wonder how Mrs. Eggplant got the enclosures to stay…?
Post # 8
I am DIY’ing these: http://www.thepulpstudio.com/custom-wedding-invitations/lauryn.html I can send you my templates I made in Word if you want 🙂 (I made them to fit a 5×7 envelope because square costs more to mail). I got all of my supplies for 75 invites for about $100.
Post # 9
@CorgiTales: Thanks for the idea! Those are also gorgeous 🙂 I definitely might try to replicate those for our programs, since it’s too late to go that way for our invites (we have everything except how to keep it all together).
Post # 10
@CorgiTales: I’d like the template please! [email protected]. Thanks!
Post # 11
@CorgiTales: oh! I have never seen invites like that! Would you mind sending the template? [email protected]
Post # 12
@CorgiTales: could you send me the template you made!! Really interested in the jacket invitations. Thank you My email address is [email protected]